BANKE: Socialist Party Nepal (SPN) chairpersons Dr Baburam Bhattarai and Upendra Yadav warned that they would start a protest after pulling out of the incumbent government if the constitution amendment does not take place. They accused Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli of apathy towards implementing past agreements. They were addressing a state-level orientation programme of the party Saturday in Nepalgunj.
“There is no alternative for the party to taking to the streets, which is our first front, to push the constitution amendment,” said Bhattarai, also chairperson of the Federal Council.
Likewise, Yadav said, ” The Prime Minister has forged a written agreement to amend the constitution. But he is going against the agreement. However, we have requested him for the last time to enforce the agreement. Or we will have no alternative to joining a protest after leaving the government.”
As he said, the party has reached to a consensus to give an ultimatum to the government for the constitution amendment. If the demand remained unmet the party would leave the government.
Party co-chair Rajendra Prasad Shrestha, vice chairs Nawaraj Subedi, Parshuram Khapung, general secretary Ganga Narayan Shrestha, secretary and Minister for Urban Development Minister Mohammed Istiyak Rai said the Tarai-Madhesh is the ‘mother’ of federalism and some forces were active to dissolve this system. Party leading cadres from several districts in State 5 were present at the programme.
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